“You can’t cut your way to prosperity” In today’s episode, we will speak to my good friend Lee Huffman from the We Travel There podcast. We met through the Fincon community and I had the chance to be on his show as well to talk about Oslo (my first podcast ever!). Next to his podcast, Lee is … More How To Align Your Career with Your Core Priorities with Lee
In today’s episode, we will speak to my new friend Isabel from the website Bel Around The World. Isabel is a digital nomad and a full-time travel blogger from Singapore who managed to convert her blogging hobby into her full-time activity. Isabel will explain to us how she monetizes her passion (photography and travel), collaborates … More How to Monetize your passion and Travel Around The World with Isabel
How To Quit Your Job and Travel The World In today’s episode, we will speak to my new friend Mr. Nomad Numbers from the website Nomad Numbers. Mr. Nomad Numbers (French) and his wife Mrs. Nomad Numbers (US) are world travelers who left their corporate jobs in 2018 to pursue their new lifestyle of slow … More An Introduction to Slow Traveling with Mr. Nomad Numbers
Can You Become FI After 40? In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Ben from FI after 40. We connected through Twitter, I read some of his blog posts and listened to some of his podcast episodes and I thought he had a compelling story to tell. Ben discovered the FI (Financial Independence) … More Is It Too Late to Turn Your Financial Life Around in Your 40s? with Ben
Can You Become FI in Belgium? In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Sébastien Aguilar, he is the community builder behind simplyFI.org, Impactivated, and FIREBelgium. Sébastien is our first Belgian guest and he is coming with quite the story: He went from being broke even borrowing money from his younger brother to become … More The Simple Path to Financial Independence with Sébastien
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Derek from Money Health Solutions.
He is a financial therapist helping his clients to identify their financial beliefs (also called “money scripts”) and to improve their relationship with money. You might probably wonder what a financial therapist is and what those money scripts are about.
If you are a regular listener to the show, you will remember that getting the right money mindset is an essential first step to get your finances in order. Something that can for example stand in the way of getting the right mindset could be the negative financial beliefs you have developed throughout childhood.
Derek will explain what his profession consists of and then we will discuss more in detail how we can identify our own money behaviors (negative or positive) and how we can start rewriting our scripts and improving our relationship with money. … More How to Identify your Money Scripts and Improve your Relationship with Money with Derek
In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Daniel from NolCo Inc.(the No Loss Company). We will discuss how Daniel approaches his finances in Norway, one of the richest countries in the world but also a country where the peer pressure is strong. He will share his big passion for saving money and investing in dividend stocks and how that can be in his own words “so much fun”!
The interview is light and accessible and despite his young age, Daniel comes on the show with great wisdom for all of us! … More How to Build Long-Term Wealth and Make Saving Money Fun with Daniel
In this interview, we talk about my money story, how I viewed money as a kid and how that relationship with money evolved over time. In short, it goes from wanting riches and status, including a Porsche 911 to focus on a more Minimalistic lifestyle and happiness. … More Discovering my own money story – An honest interview with a Money coach
If you are new to the personal finance world and you want to take control of your finances, a fantastic and rather cheap way to get started is to read books about personal finance and money.
Most personal finance books are written in simple language and do not require an advanced Ph.D. in econometrics. The most influential personal finance books I have read and heard about are accessible to anyone. And with a couple of friends, we came up with this list of 10 accessible books we warmly recommend for any Personal Finance newbies. … More 10 Life-Changing Personal Finance Books For Beginners
When it comes to buying stuff whether I need it or if I simply want the thing, there is something I try to think about: How long will I keep it? How long can this item last? Can I keep it for life?
I am talking about things that I could potentially keep for decades and never have to buy again.
These once in a lifetime purchases will save time and money over the long haul! … More 10 Things You Will Only Need To Buy Once in Your Life